Of course Packard wasn’t the only luxury brand that offered dual cowl phaetons. For much of Packard’s history, its primary competitor was Cadillac. This 1929 Cadillac is a ‘parking lot prize’, photographed in the parking lot for this year’s Eyes On Design show. Whenever I go to a car show, I take a few minutes to see what interesting cars have been driven to the event, since driving them to car shows is one of the things that car enthusiasts do with the cars for which they’re enthusiastic.
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